F1 stars offered ‘free bonks’ by Las Vegas brothel babes to ‘bring sexy back’

F1 stars have been offered freebies by brothel babes ahead of the Las Vegas Grand Prix this weekend.

All drivers including Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen have been sent a generous offer by Chicken Ranch brothel workers Addison Gray and Alice Little who are even more excited than fans for the arrival of the motorsport showpiece.

Drivers must just find out what Sin City is all about thanks to Addison and Alice – but it seems highly unlikely that their offers will be accepted with most drivers in relationships.

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Alice told TMZ Sports: "It’s Formula 1 fever in Las Vegas this month and we’re all psyched up for the big event.

"Any driver that wants to get their hearts racing and celebrate the F1 with me and Addison will be treated to 100% complimentary coitus."

And that's not all, visitors and residents who plan on watching the Grand Prix have been offered 50% off to ensure that drivers are not the only ones getting a limited-time deal.

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She added: "Our discount will help Vegas visitors and residents blow off some steam with a couple of generous ladies so that they can chill out during race week."

Although the use of brothels is illegal in Las Vegas, a 60 mile drive will bring fans or drivers from the track to the Chicken Ranch where Alice and Addison are based.

Addison went on to discuss how events have lacked sex-appeal since the banning of grid girls back in 2018 – something she is planning to change.

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Ahead of the Sunday race, F1 owners Liberty Media have been forced to apologise to the city for the disruption.

The sport is returning to the city for the first time in 40 years and residents have been impacted by the sheer size of the event before it has even started.

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Greg Maffei, Liberty CEO, said: "I want to apologise to all the Las Vegas residents and we appreciate that they have their forbearance and their willingness to tolerate us."

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